Originally Posted by chicago JK
I think Ronnie Brown is a fantastic back and may be the better pro, but boy do I like watching the Caddy run. He would be a fun guy to watch in Dallas. I wouldn't draft either Caddy or Ronnie Brown in the top 10 but if we traded one of our picks into the late teens or early 20's then I would have no problem with either.
Julius may very well turn out to be a good back, but Caddy and Ronnie are both electric runners. Every time they touch the ball you feel they could take it to the house.
Card Williams is that. I like him. Pollack getting snuffed by TE's. He's a lie.
Watch this kid - I don't buy it - has a burst and made a serious interception...............
War Room analysis
Strengths: Is a fearless defender who has NFL-caliber size and strength. Shows the physical skills to match up with most receivers.
Weaknesses: Rarely makes big plays. Entering his senior season, he had only four interceptions in 35 starts. Lacks ideal speed and struggles to track airborne balls. If beaten on routes, has trouble making the quick turns and sprints necessary to recover.
Bottom line. Rogers' body is NFL-ready, but his lack of playmaking potential makes him only a late-Day 1 or early-Day 2 pick.